The Copyright Board is recognized worldwide as a place that establishes the value of the right. Participants are using it, especially in the right of reproduction, for which, under law, we can negotiate with our partner. We can do it as arbitration or we can go for a tariff.
The Copyright Board establishes the tariff and looks at the practices. You members of the committee have to establish the rules under which the copyright owners, who are the creators, are going to be paid, are going to be remunerated. I mentioned in my text that sometimes, especially in music, copyright is the only remuneration they receive.
Every three months, when I pay my 2,500 members who are songwriters, composers, and publishers, copyright is the only money they receive. They receive money from us, which is the reproduction right, and they receive money from SOCAN, which is the performing right, so they receive different types of rights, but these rights are all recognized.
That's why, in this new digital economy, you have to bring forward rules in the legislation to protect the creation of the work for the creators we have—